Three routes – one finish
No matter if beginner or pro-runner – the 4th Silvrettarun 3000 has three routes of varying length and levels of difficulty, providing a suitable challenge for everyone.
All three distances lead from Ischgl to neighbouring Galtür. On the \"Small-Route\", participants cover a diiference in altitude of 224 metres over 11 kilometres. Very fit runners will find the \"Medium-Route\" with a distance of 28.6 kilometres and 1,530 meters difference in altitude, the perfect route. This is topped only by the \"Hard-Route\". The hardest version of the event – with a distance of 43.4 kilometres and extremely demanding 1,821 metres difference in altitude – leads past the Heidelberger Lodge across the 3,000 metre high Kronenjoch to Galtür, giving the Silvrettarun its addition \"3000\".
NEW: Children and youth run on Friday 17 July 2015